The Ministry of Dice Episode 41 “The Nash Bridges Legacy”

The wait is over – two weeks have passed and the MoD are back to fill your day with some Dice Masters joy.

Or is it joy? Chris seems particularly grumpy this episode – having patented True Mister Six rants all over the place about cards, formats and much, much more. It’s all very entertaining though, even if he is being totally disagreeable and cantankerous. Salty boy.

There is some light though – Andy’s been tinkering in his Q Branch once again developing yet another random game for us all to play (we’re looking to you guys this week to help us out with this one), we reveal yet more secrets from Andy’s Hollywood career, and there’s the usual British bants & innuendos to bring you all a guilty chuckles.

So… what are you waiting for, hit play now for frolicks and grumps!

United Kingdom: God Save the Queen by National Anthems is licensed under a Creative Commons License. It was sourced from a Soundcloud account entitled “National Anthems”. The name of the creator/creators has not been provided on that account. The license can be found here:

https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/legalcode

The Dice transition sound effect was sourced from freesound.org. The account it was downloaded from is “dermotte” and is shared under the following license:

https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

Our tremendous ‘Rule Britannia’ intro is used with permission from Richard Campbell and is a short extract from his “England Rock Anthems” track. We think Richard’s work is exceptional. So visit Richard’s website here for more of his music:

http://www.richardcampbellmusic.co.uk/

 

 

 

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3 responses to “The Ministry of Dice Episode 41 “The Nash Bridges Legacy”

  1. Pingback: The “Global Reverscalation” challenge | True Mister Six: British Dice Roller...·

  2. Great episode! Definitely the best Dice Masters Podcast I have listened to this week!
    I am on the TM6’s side with my opinion of Global Escalation. It has some flaws that I can see being problematic if it becomes a more adopted format.

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